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Taiwan artists featured in art exhibition in Hamburg, Germany

  • Date:2024-06-05~2025-01-19
Taiwan artists featured in art exhibition in Hamburg, Germany

The Hamburger Kunsthalle,an art museum in Hamburg, Germany, is hosting the exhibition “Untranquil Now: A Constellation Of Narratives And Resonances,” featuring three Taiwan-based artists: Hsu Chia-wei (許家維), Che Chieh-jen (陳界仁和), and Au Sow-yee (區秀貽).


Opened in 1869, the Hamburger Kunsthalle is one of Germany’s most important art museums. Its collection spans from medieval to modern art and includes paintings, sculptures, prints, photography, and installations, totaling over seventy thousand pieces. 


Corinne Diserens, the curator of “Untranquil Now,” noted that this transdisciplinary exhibition explores issues related to history, society, and politics. This exhibition aims to highlight the diversity and contradictory states of society by showcasing artworks from global artists.


The Cultural Division of the Taipei Representative Office in Germany stated that the proportion of works by Taiwan-based artists is higher than that of other Asian countries, demonstrating the prominence of Taiwanese artists on these issues.


The exhibition is open now until Jan. 19, 2025. See Hamburger Kunsthalle’s website for more information.